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Dr Philippa Jackson

Senior Lecturer

Department: Psychology

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After completing her first degree at Durham University, Philippa held a research assistant post at the Brain, Performance and Nutrition Research Centre (BPNRC) and was later awarded a PhD studentship which she completed in 2010. Her PhD, supervised by Prof David Kennedy, Prof Andrew Scholey and Dr Jonothan Reay, investigated the effects of dietary omega-3 fatty acids on cognitive function in healthy children and adults. Following her PhD, Philippa was awarded a postdoctoral fellowship to continue her investigation of the effects of DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid, on cognitive function and cerebral blood flow in older adults. She is now the Associate Director of the BPNRC, leads the fatty acid research group and is also principal or co-investigator for a number of industry funded projects with a focus on novel nutritional interventions. 

Campus Address

NB402a



Qualifications

  • Psychology PhD June 10 2010
  • Psychology BSc (Hons) July 18 2003

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Acute and Chronic Effects of Green Oat (Avena sativa) Extract on Cognitive Function and Mood during a Laboratory Stressor in Healthy Adults: A Randomised, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study in Healthy Humans, Kennedy, D., Bonnländer, B., Lang, S., Pischel, I., Forster, J., Khan, J., Jackson, P., Wightman, E. 29 May 2020, In: Nutrients
  • Acute and chronic effects of multivitamin/mineral supplementation on objective and subjective energy measures, Dodd, F., Kennedy, D., Stevenson, E., Veasey, R., Walker, K., Reed, S., Jackson, P., Haskell-Ramsay, C. 24 Feb 2020, In: Nutrition and Metabolism
  • Acute Effects of a Polyphenol-Rich Leaf Extract of Mangifera indica L. (Zynamite) on Cognitive Function in Healthy Adults: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Crossover Study, Wightman, E., Jackson, P., Forster, J., Khan, J., Wiebe, J., Gericke, N., Kennedy, D. 23 Jul 2020, In: Nutrients
  • A Randomized, Crossover Study of the Acute Cognitive and Cerebral Blood Flow Effects of Phenolic, Nitrate and Botanical Beverages in Young, Healthy Humans, Jackson, P., Wightman, E., Veasey, R., Forster, J., Khan, J., Saunders, C., Mitchell, S., Haskell-Ramsay, C., Kennedy, D. 28 Jul 2020, In: Nutrients
  • Diurnal rhythm of plasma EPA and DHA in healthy adults, Jackson, P., Husberg, C., Hustvedt, S., Calder, P., Khan, J., Avery, H., Forster, J., Kennedy, D. 1 Mar 2020, In: Prostaglandins Leukotrienes and Essential Fatty Acids
  • The Acute and Chronic Cognitive and Cerebral Blood-Flow Effects of Nepalese Pepper (Zanthoxylum armatum DC.) Extract—A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study in Healthy Humans, Kennedy, D., Wightman, E., Khan, J., Grothe, T., Jackson, P. 10 Dec 2019, In: Nutrients
  • Acute Post-Prandial Cognitive Effects of Brown Seaweed Extract in Humans, Haskell, C., Jackson, P., Dodd, F., Forster, J., Bérubé, J., Levinton, C., Kennedy, D. 13 Jan 2018, In: Nutrients
  • The acute and chronic cognitive and cerebral blood flow effects of a sideritis scardica (Greek mountain tea) extract, Wightman, E., Jackson, P., Khan, J., Forster, J., Heiner, F., Feistel, B., Suarez, C., Pischel, I., Kennedy, D. 24 Jul 2018, In: Nutrients
  • The acute effects of caffeinated black coffee on cognition and mood in healthy young and older adults, Haskell, C., Jackson, P., Forster, J., Dodd, F., Bowerbank, S., Kennedy, D. 30 Sep 2018, In: Nutrients
  • Volatile Terpenes and Brain Function, Kennedy, D., Okello, E., Chazot, P., Howes, M., Ohiomokhare, S., Jackson, P., Haskell, C., Khan, J., Forster, J., Wightman, E. 7 Aug 2018, In: Nutrients

PGR Supervision

Michael Patan The effects of bioavailable omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids, delivered at bedtime, on brain function, sleep, cognition and mood in healthy adults Start: 01/03/2016


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